The Kozma Street Cemetery is the biggest Jewish cemetery in Budapest, noted for its elaborate Jugendstil tombs

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Kozma Street Jewish Cemetery, Budapest

The Kozma Street Cemetery is the biggest Jewish cemetery in Budapest, noted for its elaborate Jugendstil tombs.

The Kozma Street Cemetery is the biggest Jewish cemetery in Budapest, noted for its elaborate Jugendstil tombs. Highlights include the vaulted ceiling of the Griesz family tomb with colorful mosaics, and the turqoise tile covered mausoleum of the Schmidl family with plant reliefs, both designed by Bela Leitersdorfer.


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About Kozma Street Jewish Cemetery

 Budapest, Kozma u. 6 and Haranglab utca, 1108 Hungary

 www.kobanya.hu

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